Former FBI official Bryanna Fox on Friday weighed in on an object that FBI brokers took from the North Port, Florida, dwelling of Chris and Roberta Laundrie, the mother and father of fugitive Brian Laundrie.

Two brokers carried a big paper bag to the entrance door of the Laundries’ home on Friday afternoon, left the home for a pair minutes to enter a camper of their driveway, went again inside and left the home carrying what gave the impression to be a cup and a camouflage bag resembling a cooler.

“I have been on many FBI search warrants, and can’t recall ever using a small plastic container like that,” Fox, who can be an affiliate professor within the Department of Criminology on the University of South Florida, informed Fox News Digital. “I can say that it would not be to hold fibers, hairs, etc. Those types of evidence go in much smaller dry paper envelopes.”

FBI agent carrying camoflauge bag out of Laundrie home (Fox News' Audrey Conklin)

FBI agent carrying camoflauge bag out of Laundrie dwelling (Fox News’ Audrey Conklin)

She added that “blood is typically collected via swabs that are put into specific packaging” and “would not go in a container” captured on one reporter’s camera.

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“The container looks like one that would be used for a urine sample, but as I have not done that personally in a search, I can’t state for sure,” she stated.

After the brokers’ departure, Laundrie household legal professional Steven Bertolino launched an announcement wherein he confirmed the FBI went to the Laundrie dwelling “to collect some personal items belonging to Brian that will assist the canines in their search for Brian.” It was at the least the fourth time the FBI visited the house since Sept. 26, Sept. 20 and Sept. 17.

“There is nothing more to this,” he stated.

Law enforcement officers and Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman have used Ok-9s of their seek for Brian Laundrie, a fugitive individual of curiosity within the murder of his fiancée, 22-year-old Gabby Petito, within the Carlton Reserve and Fort De Soto campground.

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An FBI spokesperson had no touch upon the continuing investigation, apart from to say the company doesn’t “provide specifics about the focus or scope of investigation, or where investigators are located.” 

Two FBI agents have entered the North Port home of Brian Laundrie

Two FBI brokers have entered the North Port dwelling of Brian Laundrie
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The camper FBI brokers reached into on Friday has been on the heart of questions surrounding the Laundries’ whereabouts after Brian Laundrie returned dwelling alone on Sept. 1 within the transformed van he and his fiancée, Gabby Petito, had been utilizing.

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Laundrie and 22-year-old Petito launched into a cross-country journey in mid-June within the white Ford Transit van with the plan to go to nationwide parks alongside the way in which. They had begun courting years earlier after assembly at their native Long Island, New York, highschool and had moved to North Port, Florida, to dwell with Laundrie’s mother and father. 

The younger lady was not reported lacking till 10 days after Laundrie returned, on Sept. 11, when her mom filed a police report in Suffolk County, N.Y. Police seized the van from the Laundries’ dwelling that very same day. 

Laundrie wouldn’t cooperate with the police investigation after the Petitos’ lacking individuals’ report was filed, officers stated. The Laundries’ legal professional launched an announcement on Sept. 14, wherein he introduced he had suggested his shoppers to stay “in the background.” The household revealed three days later that they’d not seen him since Sept. 14.

 however has not but introduced the trigger.

Laundrie stays on the run, and the FBI has issued an arrest warrant for financial institution cost fraud. 

Fox News’ Stephanie Pagones, Michael Ruiz and Greg Norman contributed to this report.